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Roger Stone makes second request for new trial amid sentencing controversy

By Nick Givas

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone made another request for a new trial on Friday, following revelations about the possible political bias of one of the jurors in his first case. 

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A Meme Girl Mash-Up

By Maureen Dowd

As the pols take the fight out back to the web, will the dank memes prevail?

The Bloomberg Temptation

By Ross Douthat

Will the Democrats try to replace Donald Trump with a power-hungry plutocrat?

A Presidency Increasingly Guided by Suspicion and Distrust

By Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman

Presidential paranoia is not a new phenomenon but Mr. Trump, burned by impeachment, seems to have elevated it to a governing philosophy of his White House.

Trump’s Whisper Network

By Bret Stephens

What happens when the left cedes the free speech high ground?

When America’s Oddest Political Couple Fight, Those Sparks Are Real

By Elizabeth Williamson

The public struggles of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and her husband, George T. Conway III, are not shtick, friends say, and they are not having fun.

The Progressive Lane Narrows

By Michelle Cottle

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren probably both can’t squeeze through.

How Alabama’s Senate Primary Became a Trump Loyalty Contest

By Jason Zengerle

For Jeff Sessions, Roy Moore and other Republicans vying for a chance to take back Doug Jones’s seat, winning over voters may mean winning over the president first.

Barr’s Rebuke of President Trump: Genuine or Feigned?

One reader calls his objection to the president’s tweets a “Kabuki theater act feigning dismay.” Another urges the attorney general to resign.

U.S. and Taliban Agree to Reduce Violence, in First Step To Peace Deal

By David E. Sanger and Richard PΓ©rez-PeΓ±a

American negotiators had insisted on a decline in hostilities — though not a complete cease-fire — before signing an agreement with the Taliban.

Russians Pressure U.S. Forces in Northeast Syria

By Eric Schmitt

Russian troops are engaging in standoffs with U.S. troops guarding oil fields and fighting remnants of the Islamic State.

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